Pre-results review at the Journal of Development Economics: Taking transparency in the discipline to the next level
“If a question is worth asking, then it shouldn’t matter what the result is.” The editors of JDE, w/ discuss results-blind review via
“If a question is worth asking, then it shouldn’t matter what the result is.”  I cannot agree more with this statement.
Earlier this year, the Journal of Development Economics began piloting pre-results review in an effort to target publication bias. We spoke with the journal's editors to see how it's going: #researchtransparency
From the blog archives: Q&A w/ , , & about pre-results review at the JDE: (photo used w/ Andy's permission!) #ResearchTransparency #OpenScience
(1/2) "If a question is worth asking, it shouldn't matter what the result is." Great insight--I'm excited to see how pre-results review affects how much rigorous evidence is shared in the Journal of Development Economics. Read more on the blog